iDiet - Diet Management Software / News: Recent posts

iDiet 1.0.4

The USDA released an updated database so we've included it. In addition a bug was found (and fixed) that skipped most of the portion sizes for a lot of items in the database.
OS X users should now have the feel of a more native app with the menu being moved to the top menu bar.

Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-09-20

iDiet 1.0.3 is out

Mostly bug fixes and removing annoyances.

Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-07-10

iDiet 1.0.2 is out

With this release you will be able to add custom foods if they are missing from the DB.

Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-04-30

iDiet 1.0.1 is out

Bug Fixes:
- progress bars will not update their maximum value when diet is changed
- restoring backups will not work
- Search in database is now faster and enter key will always invoke a search
- date panel moved above meals panel
- Added Help->About menu

Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-04-04

iDiet 1.0 released

This is essentially RC3. No changes were made in the program since.


Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-03-28

iDiet Release Candidate 3 is out

RC3 fixes some major problems with the editing of meals, user and diet. It is advised everyone with older version upgrades to this one. Unless we find more problems, this will become 1.0

Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-03-13

iDiet Release Candidate 2 is out

We've added the option to edit your meals, but that will work only for newly added ones. Old ones you can only rename. Also added a couple of save warnings.

Updated Database to the latest from the USDA web site.

Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-03-08

iDiet Release Candidate 1 is out

We are happy to announce that iDiet, the diet management tool, is at RC1 level. It can be downloaded at the usual section.

RC1 is a much better release than our Pre-Release, which was more like an alpha version.

Please, download it and let us know what you think.

Thank You

Posted by Georgi Todorov 2008-02-29

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